The Washington State Klan in the 1920s

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Klan super rally near Renton, July 14, 1923.
 
 

Klan super rally near Renton, July 14, 1923.

 
 

"KKK Wedding" in Sedro Wooley, Washington, June 16, 1926. Photo: Skagit River Journal

Formation of a KKK chapter on board the USS Tennessee, summer 1923
 
 

Formation of a KKK chapter on board the USS Tennessee, summer 1923

KKK gathering at the Crystal Pool in downtown Seattle, March 23, 1923. Photo: Washington State Historical Society
 
 

KKK gathering at the Crystal Pool in downtown Seattle, March 23, 1923. Photo: Washington State Historical Society

Front cover of
 
 

Front cover of "The Watcher on the Tower," a monthly publication from Washington State's KKK, c. 1923

Unidentified Klansmen, c. 1923. Photo: Museum of History and Industry
 
 

Unidentified Klansmen, c. 1923. Photo: Museum of History and Industry

KKK Parade Float, Bellingham, 1926. Photo: Whatcom County Historical Society.
 
 

KKK Parade Float, Bellingham, 1926. Photo: Whatcom County Historical Society.

Electric cross at KKK rally, c. 1923. Photo: Washington State Historical Society.
 
 

Electric cross at KKK rally, c. 1923. Photo: Washington State Historical Society.

Navy Sailors holding Klan uniforms, possibly from 1923 chapter formed on the USS Tennessee. Photo: Whatcom County Historical Soc
 
 

Navy Sailors holding Klan uniforms, possibly from 1923 chapter formed on the USS Tennessee. Photo: Whatcom County Historical Soc

Women from the KKK march in Bellingham, May 15, 1926. Photo: Whatcom County Historical Society.
 
 

Women from the KKK march in Bellingham, May 15, 1926. Photo: Whatcom County Historical Society.

Luther Ivan Powell, founder of the Washington State Klan.
 
 

Luther Ivan Powell, founder of the Washington State Klan.

 


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